Me & My Uncle, Sugaree, Mexicali Blues, Dire Wolf, Black Throated Wind, They Love Each Other, Me And Bobby McGee, Don't Ease Me In, The Race Is On, Brown Eyed Women, Big River, Candyman, Weather Report Suite Prelude > Weather Report Suite Part 1 > Let It Grow, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider
Around & Around, Ramble On Rose, El Paso, Row Jimmy, Greatest Story Ever Told-> Bertha, He's Gone-> Truckin'-> Nobody's Fault But Mine-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Stella Blue, Johnny B. Goode-> Uncle John's Band, E: One More Saturday Night
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
gd73-12-08 t06 They Love Each Other
gd73-12-08 t07 Me & Bobby McGee
gd73-12-08 t08 Don't Ease Me In
gd73-12-08 t09 The Race Is On
gd73-12-08 t10 Brown Eyed Women
gd73-12-08 t14 China Cat Sunflower
gd73-12-08 t15 I Know You Rider
gd73-12-08 t17 Around & Around
gd73-12-08 t18 Ramble On Rose
gd73-12-08 t19 El Paso
gd73-12-08 t20 Row Jimmy
gd73-12-08 t21 Greatest Story Ever Told
gd73-12-08 t22 Bertha
gd73-12-08 t29 Johnny B. Goode
gd73-12-08 t30 Uncle John's Band
gd73-12-08 t31 One More Saturday Night
- Thanks to Dick Latvala for the source
- Thanks to Rob Eaton for the transfer
- Thanks to Dick Latvala and Charlie Miller for the shnid105607 MSR > Cassette source that supplies "Ramble On Rose", "El Paso", "Row Jimmy" and "Greatest Story > Bertha"
- Thanks to Matt Smith for the "Johnny B. Goode" audience source
- Thanks to Charlie Miller for coordinating this effort
- Tape flip in "China Cat Sunflower"
- End of "Around And Around" clipped
- Other One space included in "The Other One"
- Tape flip in "The Other One"
- A few notes missing in the "Greatest Story Ever Told > Bertha" transition?
Mastered by Charlie Miller & Scott Clugston
March 15, 2018
December 9, 2021 Subject:
Couldn't agree more. Everything is popping romping just the right amount and right out the gate to boot.
October 25, 2019 Subject:
A Stellar Recording.
This is the picture of perfection, in terms of how a Dead show should sound. You can pick out every instrument perfectly, the vocals are not overmodulated, and there's barely a hiss to the tape. Just glorious.
As for the show, I loved it too. An excellent late '73 show. Is it the best show of the winter of '73? I doubt it, but it's certainly worth a listen. I dig it. Maybe you will too.